In first class:
First identify your object with single word (preferably short, simple, concrete). Then put the object out of your sight.
Then (for at least the next 2 hours) experiment by simply writing that word using a variety of means to explore the act of “writing” the word. See and feel the word and its parts (letters, form, qualities). Work quickly to experience and explore quantity and variety. Use only the word and its letters (forms, structures). There are no limits to shape, medium, scale, dimension, space, time, etc.
During this process become aware of your curiosities, interests, and questions for inquiry, and write these down as you go along or when you take time out to reflect.
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